PoliticsAbid Sher Ali Confirms Nawaz Sharif’s Arrival to Pakistan

Abid Sher Ali Confirms Nawaz Sharif’s Arrival to Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Abid Sher Ali on Thursday confirmed the return of previous prime minister Nawaz Sharif to Pakistan soon, ARY News detailed.

Talking to newsmen after returning to Pakistan from London, the previous government minister charged that endeavors were being made to turn Pakistan into a Banana Republic State and the PML-N came forward for the rescue.

Abid Sher Ali affirmed that Nawaz Sharif will moreover come to Pakistan soon.

Reviewing the conviction of previous prime minister, Abid Sher Ali claimed that the PML-N supremo was given a sentence on fabricated proof.

Nawaz Sharif is living in England’s capital London for two a long time due to health reasons.

Earlier, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif had coordinated the interior ministry on Tuesday to issue a diplomatic passport to previous prime minister Nawaz Sharif.

Shehbaz Sharif after expecting charge of his office got a briefing from the political staff approximately the issuance of a passport to the PML-N supremo.

Pakistan’s mission in London was coordinated to issue political passports to previous prime minister Nawaz Sharif and previous finance minister Ishaq Dar.

In any case, the diplomatic staff said as it were Nawaz Sharif can be issued a diplomatic passport, not Ishaq Dar, on which PM Shehbaz Sharif coordinated to issue a normal Pakistani passport to Dar.

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